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Report of the Royal commission appointed to enquire into electoral systems, with appendices (1910)



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Author: Great Britain. Royal Commission on Systems of Election; Cavendish, Richard Frederick, 1871-
Subject: Elections; Elections; Proportional representation; Governmental investigations
Publisher: London : Printed for H.M. Stationery off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode, ltd.
Language: English
Call number: 10021371
Digitizing sponsor: Osgoode Hall Law School and Law Commission of Ontario
Book contributor: Osgoode Hall Law School Library
Collection: osgoode; YorkUniversity; toronto

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At head of title: Royal Commision on Systems of Election

Richard Cavendish, chairman

The Commision was appointed to examine schemes adopted or proposed to secure a fully representative character for popularly elected legislative bodies, and to consider whether they are capable of application in Great Britain

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